Author Archives: Dana Wagner

Everything I Know About Plants vs Zombies, I Learned From a 7 Year Old

I’ve been working in the casual games industry for over five years now. I’ve played a lot of the games that my company, I-play, has made and distributed over these years. As a marketer, I sit in meetings theorizing and … Continue reading

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Best Email Marketing Ever.

Best Email Marketing Ever.

You don’t not open an email when the sender is Seneca Crane.

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WE DID IT! Marriage Equality Passes in New York

Last night, after a long week of speculation and frustration in Albany, throughout New York State and across the country, the New York State Senate passed the Marriage Equality Bill, 33-29, extending equal marriage rights to same-sex couples in New … Continue reading

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We Have Nothing To Fear From Love and Commitment

Said two years ago, and it still rings true today: “We have nothing to fear from love and commitment.” – New York State Senator Diane Savino

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Respect David Tyree’s Convictions, But Don’t Tolerate Their Consequences

Earlier today, ESPN columnist Jemele Hill wrote a column entitled ‘Respect David Tyree’s Convictions‘ about the Super Bowl champion’s public opposition to gay marriage in general, and the passage of a same-sex marriage bill in New York State in particular: … Continue reading

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That T-Shirt You’re Wearing Was Designed by a 10-Year Old

THIS is awesome. From the Brooklyn Industries blog, Words from the Watertower: Earlier this month, Brooklyn Industries hosted a Design Your Own T-Shirt Booth for kids at Park Slope’s Fifth Avenue Street Fair. Dozens of kids flooded the booth to show us their … Continue reading

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Coney Island Day

Being at Coney Island is like stepping into another era. There’s this cheesiness about it, but also this side of it that’s really beautiful and makes me think of my grandparents’ Brooklyn. It seemed that everything there was made for … Continue reading

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A Beer Drinker’s Guide to SXSW: Five of the Best #BeersofTexas

As a first-timer at the South by Southwest Interactive Conference last year, I found it pretty overwhelming deciding what to do. There are so many simulataneous events, meetups, parties, and of course panels, with everything laid out on the official … Continue reading

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Nostalgia Beats New Media Hype in Super Bowl Ads

In social media circles, the buzz leading up to the Super Bowl was all about digital and social integration in advertising. It’s not just about a funny or explosive TV ad anymore. This is the future. There were ads created … Continue reading

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The United States of GOOD Beer

Thanks to Benjamin Kabak and Amanda Rykoff for passing this along. The map of the U.S., where each state (save Idaho) is represented by a locally brewed beer, comes from nominations by the GOOD community: We asked you: What is the … Continue reading

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